Iran threatens to invade Pakistan
October 19, 2009 - The commander of Iran's Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) Maj. Gen. Mohammad Ali Jafary threatened crushing retaliation against the US, UK and Pakistan including the invasion of Pakistan. Tehran links all 3 to the suicide bombing attack Oct. 18 which killed 42 people including 7 senior Guards officers. One of those killed was Gen. Shoustari, commander of terror bases in Iraq, Pakistan, Lebanon and Gaza. This the first time an Iranian military leader has threatened to strike US and British targets.
U.S. Consulate Attacked In Pakistan
April 5, 2010 STRATFOR - 36 Dead and rising. 3 explosions, two rocket attacks and subsequent gunfire have been reported in the near vicinity of the U.S. consulate in Peshawar, Pakistan. The attack occurred early afternoon when the consulate would have been full of both American and local employees.
One attacker was able to blow up in the U.S. Consulate premises.
The front side of the U.S. Consulate has been totally destroyed.
Reports of seven or eight security personnel in the Consulate are dead.
The Consulate’s communication system is down.
Attack on US consulate in Peshawar, Pakistan
5 April 2010 - At least 7 died after Taliban terrorists attacked the US consulate in Peshawar, Pakistan. The raid came hours after 43 people died in a suicide attack in another town. One of the suicide bombers blew himself up close to the gate. Police guarding the US consulate started retaliatory fire. More blasts took place. We have recovered unexploded material from four different points. Peshawar, which is on the edge of Pakistan's tribal areas, has been frequently targeted by Islamists.
Obama Limits When U.S. Would Use Nukes
April 5, 2010 - Obama revamping American nuclear strategy to substantially narrow the conditions under which the United States would use nuclear weapons. Obama’s strategy is a sharp shift from those of his predecessors.
Standingbear Posted -
More Like This Is Coming
When President Regan took office he rebuilt our military and he built it in a way that we could out muscle and out gun those the opposed us. These so called terror groups were afraid to do anything against America, but ever since Obama has come into office they have grown braver and braver in their attacks and if this attack is a sign of things to come, America could very well be next on their list. Even the might Russian Bear has felt the sting of their death dealers. By trying to talk to these nuts we have done nothing but weakened ourselves and given them time to rearm and rebuild, becoming stronger everyday. Until a new President comes into play and one with a strong will and backbone we who live in America and those stationed in places all over the world looking out for Amrica's intrests will be nothing but targets walking around waiting to be zeroed in on. Only GOD can save America now and the only way America can be saved if she repents! That my Brothers and Sisters is something I doubt any of us will ever see. May GOD bless Israel and all of her people and may GOD bless America and those who love HIM. May GODbless our Troops and their familoies back home and may GODbless and be with all of the men and women of the IDF as they prepare for a far greater storm that is brewing and coming their way.
Christian woman sentenced to death in Pakistan for blasphemy
09 Nov 2010 - A Christian woman has been sentenced to hang in Pakistan after being convicted of defaming the Prophet Mohammed. Asia Bibi, a 45-year-old mother-of-five, denies blasphemy and told investigators that she was being persecuted for her faith in a country where Christians face routine harassment and discrimination.
Christian groups and human rights campaigners condemned the verdict and called for the blasphemy laws to be repealed. Her supporters say she will now appeal against the sentence handed down in a local court in the town of Sheikhupura, near Lahore, Pakistan.
Pakistan plane crash kills 21
November 5, 2010 - A chartered plane crashed after taking off from Pakistan's Karachi airport, killing all 21 people aboard. It was chartered by an oil company and all passengers aboard worked for the oil firm. Pilot reported an engine on fire, tried to turn back but crashed almost immediately. The plane caught on fire after the crash.
Taliban are Deobandi Sunni Muslims
Deobandi is like a weird mix of Salafi and Sufi. They hate Shia.
Boeing 737 crashes in Pakistan, over 100 bodies recoverd
April 20, 2012 Aircraft crashes near Islamabad airport
A plane carrying 127 passengers has crashed in bad weather near Islamabad international airport.
Bhoja Airline jet was flying from Karachi to Islamabad when it crashed.
Al Jazeera reports the plane was a Boeing 737.
Witnesses said flames could be seen rising from the crash site and the fire engulfed several buildings.
The plane came down in a village.
The wreckage is on fire, the plane is completely destroyed.
Reuters - NO survivors after a Pakistani airliner with 127 people on board crashed in bad weather as it came in to land in Islamabad on Friday, scattering wreckage and leaving no sign of survivors.
The Boeing 737, operated by local airline Bhoja Air, was flying to the capital from Pakistan's biggest city and business hub Karachi.
It crashed into wheat fields more than 5 miles from the airport.
Rescue workers walked through mud at the crash site looking for passenger remains.
Body parts, wallets and eyeglasses lay among wreckage strewn in a small settlement just outside Islamabad.
"It was as if the entire sky had burst into flames," said a resident of the area.
(Hmmm .. a bomb? a missile?)
Parts of the aircraft smashed into electricity poles or into houses, blanketing the area in darkness. There were no reports of casualties on the ground.
A man waiting at Airport for the flight yelled "my two daughters are dead" as tears streamed down his face.
One couple aboard were looking forward to their honeymoon.
The Boeing Company said in a statement on its website that it "wishes to extend its profound condolences to the families and friends" of the Bhoja Air passengers.
152 confirmed dead in Pakistan jet crash
28 July 2010 No survivors after Pakistan jet crash.
Aircraft carrying 152 people goes down while landing during rainstorm.
All 152 people aboard a Pakistani jet died when the passenger plane crashed into hills as it tried to land. The head of Pakistan's civil defense body told NBC News that no one travelling aboard the Airblue flight had survived.
Earlier reports suggested that up to five survivors had been pulled from the wreckage after the plane smashed into heavily wooded hillside during a rainstorm. There was no explanation for the discrepancy, but reports often differ in the immediate aftermath of such events.
Rescuers said they had to dig through the debris with their bare hands, with flames and thick smoke hampering their work. There are no roads near the crash site, limiting access to rescue workers.
NBC News reported that muddy paths through the thickly wooded and foggy area were making it difficult for doctors and paramedics to reach the site by foot.
The cause of the crash of flight ED202 was not immediately clear, said Pervez George, a civil aviation official. He said the Airbus 321 was flying from Karachi to Islamabad.
Pakistan plane struck by lightning
April 21, 2012 PAKISTAN has launched an investigation into the crash of a passenger jet while it was attempting to land during a thunderstorm.
All 127 people on board are believed to have died.
The Bhoja Air flight from Karachi burst into flames on Friday evening after coming down in fields near the village of Hussain Abad,
on the outskirts of Islamabad, as it approached the capital's international airport.
The airline said the Boeing 737 was carrying 121 passengers, including 11 children, and six crew. We cannot identify them because some of the bodies are not recognisable.
PAKISTAN, AFGANISTAN, NATO, USA WAR
Pakistan factory fires kill 246
12 September 2012 BREAKING NEWS
LATEST At least 246 people are now known to have died in a fire at a garment factory in the southern Pakistan city of Karachi.
2 separate blazes at factories in Pakistan, Lahore in the NE and Karachi in the south.
Combined death toll has risen to 128 at the Karachi fire at a garment factory and the Lahore fire at a shoe factory.
Dozens more injured
Some were injured jumping from the burning building.
The Lahore fire was attributed to a faulty electricity generator. Medical officials said some people had died of suffocation while others were burned alive as the fire took hold.
In Lahore, the fire swept through a 4 story shoe factory and killed 25 people, some from burns and some from suffocation.
The factory was illegally set up in a residential part of the city.
It broke out when people in the building were trying to start their generator after the electricity went out.
Sparks from the generator made contact with chemicals used to make the shoes, igniting the blaze.
Pakistan faces widespread blackouts, and many people use generators to provide electricity for their houses or to run businesses.
A firefighter at the scene said the reason most of the victims died was because the main escape route was blocked.
The people went to the back side of the building but there was no access.
Firefighters broke holes in the factory's brick walls to reach victims inside. At the morgue, bodies were lined up on a hallway floor, covered with white sheets.
Karachi factory fire
September 13, 2012 Officials said the death toll was 289 but revised it down.
Families in the Pakistani city of Karachi are burying their dead after a fire engulfed a garment factory with workers trapped inside, killing at least 247 people.
Many other relatives are lining up at the city's hospitals to give blood samples to help with DNA identification of almost 100 charred bodies.
The fire began on Tuesday and raged for more than 15 hours overnight.
The blaze was one of the worst fires in Pakistan's recent history.
Karachi clothing factory fire death toll soars * video
Officials in Karachi say the building's windows had metal grills fitted and there were no alarms, sprinklers or emergency exits.
Pakistan police investigating factory owner after fire kills more than 250
September 13, 2012 Police in the Pakistani city of Karachi have opened a murder case against the owner of a garment factory where a fire killed more than 250 people this week.
Police have opened a murder case because the exit doors of this factory were locked, preventing many people from escaping the blaze that swept through the building.
Several people are still missing.
Pakistan: 26 troops dead in NATO helicopter attack
Nov 26, 2011 PESHAWAR — Pakistan accused NATO helicopters of firing on two army checkpoints in the country's northwest and killing 26 soldiers, then retaliated by closing the border crossings used by the coalition to supply its troops in neighboring Afghanistan.
The incident Friday night was a major blow to already strained relations between Islamabad and U.S.-led forces fighting in Afghanistan. It will add to perceptions in Pakistan that the American presence in the region is malevolent, and to resentment toward the weak government in Islamabad for its cooperation with Washington.
It comes a little over a year after a similar but less deadly strike, in which U.S. helicopters accidentally killed two Pakistani soldiers near the Afghan border, whom the pilots mistook for insurgents. Pakistan responded by closing the Torkham border crossing to NATO supplies for 10 days until the U.S. apologized.
Pakistan Air Force planes collide, 9 killed
May 17, 2012 - 2 Pakistan Air Force light aircraft have collided in mid-air on a routine training mission north-west of Islamabad killing two trainee pilots and two instructors.
Correspondents say it was the second Pakistan Air Force crash in a week and the sixth in seven months.
The crashes have raised concerns about the safety of its predominantly Chinese and locally-made fleet.
The cause of the latest accident was not immediately clear.
One of the two-seater propelled Mushshak planes crashed into a house, injuring a girl and an elderly man, while the second came down in fields in the Rashkai area, 160km (100 miles) north-west of the capital.
On Friday a fighter jet crashed near the south-western town of Sonmiani but the pilot managed to eject safely.
Every time US kills a paki they cut off our troops supply line.
We should LEAVE Afg and Pak and bring our boys HOME.
* Dec. 2013 Inserting 2 news items from 2 other threads
19 killed in Pakistan Muslim riots
21 Sep 2012 Crazed Muslims tried to storm the US embassy in Islamabad.
Tens of thousands of Pakistanis took to the streets after the government called an impromptu public holiday.
In Karachi, armed protesters among a group of 15,000 fired on police, killing two officers, as at least 10 protesters died in the violence.
The crowd also burned six cinemas, two banks, a KFC and five police vehicles.
Pakistan cuts phones to stop attacks
Nov. 23, 2012 Pakistan is suspending phone coverage in many cities this weekend, after a series of bomb attacks on Shiites triggered by mobile phones.
Hardline Sunnis (MB) have threatened more attacks.
All the blasts that occurred in the last 15 days were mobile phone-based.
A suicide bomber killed himself and wounded two police officers near a Shiite procession.
Intelligence information indicates more attacks have been planned in Islamabad, Karachi and Quetta.
Mobile phone service will be suspended over the weekend.
Pakistan ID cards remove ghost voters, target poor for aid
Nov 22, 2012 - Elderly men wait patiently, carefully combing their hennaed beards, while a guitar-playing student entertains the long queue of Pakistanis lined-up to be photographed, fingerprinted and questioned inside a crowded office in the capital Islamabad.
This is the unlikely setting for possibly one of Pakistan's few success stories - a massive increase in citizens signing up for government identity cards.
Such things rarely top the agenda of a deeply unpopular government, crippled by daily power cuts, a Taliban insurgency and massive corruption.
But bureaucrats say the successful ID registration has dramatically cut the number of ghost voters and is assisting in the distribution of cash payments for the poor and displaced.
Bomb kills 7, targets Shiite religious procession in Pakistan
November 24, 2012 7 people died, including three children, in a blast targeting a Shiite religious procession in Pakistan Saturday, police spokesman Khalid Sohail said.
Shia Islam is a minority religion in the mainly Sunni Muslim country, and its members face persecution from extremists. The Pakistani Taliban took responsibility for similar attacks earlier this week but no one claimed responsibilty for Saturday's attack.
The bomb was planted in a garbage container in the city of Dera Ismail Khan and exploded as the last section of the procession was passing by, in which children were following adults, said Sohail.
The blast injured 18 more, including five children and two police officials. The city lies more than 200 miles west of Lahore.
The country is on high alert due to the two-day high holy Shiite holiday of Ashura, in which believers mourn the death of a key imam in the seventh century.
The government is taking precautionary measures to increase security for the observance, which culminates Saturday.
Interior Minister Rehman Malik has temporarily blocked cell phone services in cities, where gathered intelligence indicated the possibility of bombs detonated by cell phone.
He has also banned motor bikes, a popular object to conceal bombs in, for two days in some cities.
He said the safeguards were implemented specifically to protect Shiites.
At least 31 people were killed and 68 wounded in multiple bomb attacks Wednesday despite heightened security.
Musharraf arrives back in Pakistan
March 24, 2013 Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf has arrived back in Pakistan, ending 4 years of self-imposed exile and defying death threats.
Supporters aboard his jet cheered when it touched down in Karachi airport after a flight from Dubai.
General Musharraf, who plans to lead his party in the May general election, said he was taking precautions.
Meanwhile, 17 soldiers were killed by a suicide bomber in the north-west of Pakistan overnight.
They were attacked at a security checkpoint in the tribal region of North Waziristan, close to the Afghan border and a known Taliban stronghold.
Taliban threatened Gen Musharraf with snipers and suicide bombers.
He faces a string of charges including conspiracy to murder. I DO NOT believe he is guilty.
One of the charges is that he failed to provide adequate security for opposition leader Benazir Bhutto after she returned from exile in 2007.
Two deadly explosions, in which nearly 140 people died, greeted her arrival in Karachi on 19 October. She was killed that December at a rally in Rawalpindi.
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Pakistan bomb kills 8
April 29, 2013 8 killed and 40 injured in a suicide bomb attack in Peshawar, Pakistan.
The bomber detonated the explosives after passing a police vehicle, blast hit a passenger bus.
U.S. pulls diplomats from Lahore, Pakistan
Aug 9, 2013 The US State Department evacuated most of its diplomats from Lahore to Islamabad, Pakistan.
It is probably Barak Hussein Obama who is the terrorist. Will he bomb Pakistan again soon?
The terror threats surround the Eid al-Fitr holiday which marks the end of Ramadan.
Pakistan church blast kills 78*
Sept. 22, 2013 A bomb blast outside a church in the Pakistani city of Peshawar kills 40 and injured 40 more. Victims include women and children.
2 suicide bombers blew themselves up outside the church when people were coming out after Sunday Mass.
Islamic terrorists attack Christians and churches across the world.
Christians make up about 1.6% of Pakistans mainly Muslim population.
About 500-600 people were believed to have been inside the church at the time.
Pakistan Christians are angry at the failure to tackle Muslim terrorism.
At least 78 killed in Pakistan when Muslim terrorists blow up a church
Pakistan Christians fear for their lives
Sept. 28, 2013 Pakistan Christians now fear for their lives after a bomb ripped through the All Saints Church in the biggest ever suicide attack on their community.
7 children and 78 adults were killed in Peshawar.
Major 7.5 earthquake in Pakistan Sept. 24, 2013
Sept 28 a 2nd earthquake hit Thou shalt NOT pissoff GOD!
Bomb in Pakistan kills 31
Sept. 29, 2013 A bomb blast outside a police station in the northwestern Pakistan city of Peshawar killed 31 people and wounded 70 on Sunday.
A week ago an Anglican church was bombed there, which killed 80.
Islamist violence has been on the rise in Pakistan in recent months.
Pakistan bombing again
Sept. 30, 2013 Third terrorist blast in a week kills 40 in
A car bomb, detonated by remote control, ripped through Peshawar bazaar killing 40 and injuring 90.
Its the third blast to hit Peshawar in a week, costing 140 lives. debka
Former Pakistani dictator Musharraf granted bail
10/09/2013 ISLAMABAD - A Pakistani court on Wednesday granted bail to former military dictator Pervez Musharraf in a ruling which takes him a step closer to being released from house arrest.
Musharraf's fate has been subject to speculation since he became the first former army chief to be arrested this year, breaking an unwritten rule that the top ranks of the military are untouchable, even after they have retired.
"The bail application is accepted, pending payment of two bail bonds of 1 million rupees ($9,400) each," the Supreme Court ruled.
Musharraf faces an array of court cases which prevent him from leaving the country but many observers believe a face-saving reason for his departure, possibly on grounds of ill health, will be found.
Pakistan Nuclear ties with Saudis
Dec 2, 2013 WW3 is building rapidly
China is aligning with Pakistan and Saudi Arabia.
India is distancing itself from Israel.
Gen. Raheel Sharif, who comes from a distinguished Punjabi military family, started work as new chief of Pakistan army.
Pakistan has been involved in the 12-year war in Afghanistan against Taliban, both of which used Pakistan lawless tribal territories as rear bases for their war on USA.
The Obama strategy without success is diametrically opposed to that of Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif.
Sharif is anxious to be rid of Taliban terrorists threatening stability.
The Pakistani government wants to reach terms with Taliban leaders and complete the transfer to Saudi Arabia of the nuclear weapons and missiles Riyadh purchased. This transfer may have already started.
Pakistan is on the side of the Sunni Arabs against Shiite Iran.
These critical moves have not been lost on Iran or India.
India wants a southern Iranian port near the Pakistani and Afghan borders in the Arabian Ocean.
This would give Iran and India a strong foothold in Afghanistan after the American exit.
India sees Chabahar port as a counterweight for the big naval base China is building at Gwadar on the Arabian Ocean to share with Pakistan.
Sunni Saudi Arabia and Shia Iran are enemies.
The Saudis are using Baluchistan in SW Pakistan as their base for subversive operations against Tehran.
Israel is assisting this Saudi-Baluchi campaign.
The outgoing chief Kayani kept Pakistan army clear of Pakistan political wars.
But he also worked with terrorists against India.
Saudi Arabia news
Pakistan - Persia pipeline project
Dec 10, 2013 AHA! Now I understand the purpose of pointless Geneva talks!
Pakistan has agreed with Iran to speed implementation of a gas pipeline project linking Iran Pars gas field with South Asia.
This violates sanctions.
Pakistan - Musharraf goes on trial for treason
Jan 1, 2014 ISLAMABAD - Former Pakistani military ruler Pervez Musharraf went on trial for treason.
He faces the death penalty over his suspension of the constitution and imposition of emergency rule in 2007, when he was trying to extend his rule as president in the face of growing opposition.
Musharraf, who did not appear in court, says the trial is a politically motivated vendetta.
His lawyers argued that Musharraf cannot get a fair trial in Pakistan because of his history of disputes with the judiciary and the involvement of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif whom he once overthrew in a coup.
Obama needs to go on trial for treason. Dems know it and are outlawing the death penalty.
Musharraf suffers heart problem
Jan. 2, 2014 Pervez Musharraf has been taken to hospital with a suspected heart problem on his way to court for his treason trial.
Officials told the court the 70-year-old was transferred to the Armed Forces Cardiology Hospital in Rawalpindi.
It is the third time the former president has failed to appear in court following two previous security scares.
The treason charges relate to his decision in 2007 to suspend the constitution and impose emergency rule.
Pakistan court orders Pervez Musharraf to attend future court hearings
Jan 9, 2014 A Pakistani court has ruled that ex-military ruler Pervez Musharraf must attend his next court hearing, despite his lawyers' arguments that he is in poor health.
He has been in hospital ever since suffering chest pains on his way to the treason trial last week.
Prosecutors say his medical report provides no reason for him to skip the next court hearing set for 16 January.
Pakistan nukes to Saudis
Feb 22, 2014 US at nuclear odds with Pakistan
US asks Pakistan to halt nuclear transfer to Saudis in respect of talks with Iran. LOL! Come on!
The Pakis are smarter than Americans! THEY KNOW GENEVA TALKS ARE MEANINGLESS - wag the dawg!
Bwahahahahahahaa! Sorry folks, lost kontwol. Just cant hep it.
King Hussein Obama told Pakistan to hold back its nuclear arms transfer to Saudi Arabia to avoid upsetting the nuclear talks with Iran. This is hugely ironic. See? Even debka said it! Too funny! Hilarity at 4 am. *yawn ... hahahahaa.
Washington seeks to curb the nuclear race triggered by its own acquiescence to Iran, recognizing its right to enrich uranium.
The Pakistani-Saudi nuclear deal is just one outcome of Obama policy.
Musharraf charged in treason
Mar 31, 2014 A court in Pakistan has charged former military ruler Pervez Musharraf with treason, the first army chief to face such a prosecution.
Mr Musharraf is accused of unlawfully suspending the constitution and instituting emergency rule in 2007.
He pleaded not guilty and has always claimed that the charges against him are politically motivated. He faces the death penalty if convicted.
President from 2001 to 2008, he was one of Pakistan's longest-serving rulers.
He went into self-imposed exile in 2008, returning to Pakistan in March 2013.
He had hoped to lead his party into elections, but was disqualified from standing and found himself fighting an array of charges relating to his time in power.
The 70-year-old has been in hospital since the beginning of the year and reports say he is being treated for high blood pressure.
Pakistan Taliban attack airport
June 9, 2014 Taliban claim deadly attack on Karachi airport
The Pakistani Taliban attacked Karachi airport and killed 28 Sunday at a terminal.
Attack undermines PM Nawaz Sharifs attempt at peace talks with the Taliban.
Suicide bombers attacked a parking lot at a police base in eastern Afghanistan, killing a guard and setting 25 trucks ablaze.
Taliban attack leaves at least 27 dead
This happens right after obama trades the traitor for 5 taliban
Another gun battle has erupted close to Karachi airport.
June 10, 2014 Taliban terrorists attacked an airport security training camp.
This latest violence after a major split in the Pakistani Taliban and threats of retaliation.
Two terrorists on a motorbike opened fire on a security training checkpost at Karachi airport and exchanged fire with airport security.
Pakistan carries out airstrikes on terrorist hideouts after Karachi attack.
Pakistan carried out airstrikes on terrorist tribal area.
WAS IT a MISTAKE?
5 NATO-US killed in Afghanistan by Friendly Fire
Uzbekistan Taliban attacked Karachi airport
Uzbek terrorists join the Pakistani Taliban for the assault on Karachi airport.
Obama freed 5 Taliban Muslim terrorists who are free in Qater, not monitored.
They are in touch with their families and terrorists in Afganistan and Pakistan.
They very well may be giving orders for revenge.
There are enough Muslims, queers and turncoats in the US military to intentionally assassinate our own.
They may be master minding new surges in Muslim lands.
True Americans suspect Americans are being killed NOW as a result of Obama freeing the GITMOs - and Obama wants to free them all. GOD help us!
August 31, 2014 Clashes continue in Pakistan between police and protesters demanding the resignation of PM Nawaz Sharif, alleging corruption and electoral fraud.
The violence was sparked when the two sides, many wielding batons, moved closer to the Sharif house.
The protesters marched from Lahore to Islamabad, vowing to camp out in the capital until the government stood down.
Some loyal to opposition politician Imran Khan.
Pakistan is fighting Taliban and the influence of others.
Imran Khan, Tahir ul-Qadri arrive in Islamabad, Pakistan 16 August
200 dead in India Pakistan floods
Sept 7, 2014 PAKISTAN – More than 200 people have been killed in flooding caused by heavy rain across India and Pakistan, half in Pakistani-administered Kashmir and Punjab.
Floods washed away houses and triggered landslidesin Kashmir.
A bus carrying a wedding party was swept into a gorge, killing dozens. The bride and groom were among those feared dead.
In Pakistan much of Lahore was submerged by floods, with houses leveled by the rain.
Pakistan Floods Spread to Plains
Sep 10, 2014 The rains have washed away houses, bridges, communication equipment and crops. Pakistani and Indian troops say they have evacuated nearly 75,000 people. The floods are the worst to hit Pakistan since 2010, when some 1,700 people died.
Sep 11, 2014 The death toll in the two countries has passed 450 and growing.
Anger grows amid flood disaster in Kashmir and Pakistan.
There is mounting anger in Indian-administered Kashmir amid accusations that the government has acted too slowly in the flood crisis.
Many homes and even hospitals in the capital Srinagar are submerged but patchy communication means people do not know if their loved ones are safe.
Across the border in Pakistan the authorities are preparing to battle rising rivers threatening Multan city.
The death toll in the two countries has passed 450 and is growing by the day.
In Indian-administered Kashmir there have been isolated attacks by furious flood victims on rescue teams who have asked for armed escorts.
There have been reports of residents pelting soldiers with stones, but army officials told local media that they understood that people were desperate and rescue work would continue unabated.
People in the area have complained to local media of a delayed response, accusing the government of not appreciating the severity of the disaster early enough, failing to provide regular briefings and insufficient rescue boats.
Pakistan polio outbreak
October 4, 2014 Pakistan recorded its highest number of polio cases for 15 years, with health officials blaming the rise on attacks on immunisation teams.
Most of the infections are in the north-western tribal region where militants have targeted health teams.
They accuse doctors of being spies and say the vaccinations are part of a Western plot to sterilise Muslims.
Suspicions worsened after the US was accused of using a fake vaccination programme during its tracking of Osama Bin Laden in Pakistan in 2011.
Pakistan is one of three countries where polio is endemic - the other two being Afghanistan and Nigeria.
Taliban kills at least 126 (mostly children) in Pakistan
December 16, 2014 - Over 120 people were killed when unidentified armed men opened fire on a private school in Peshawar.
Karachi Pakistan bus crash kills 57
January 11, 2015 - Bus crashes into oil tanker near Karachi in southern Pakistan, 57 people are dead.
The death toll could rise. The tanker was reportedly speeding and travelling on the wrong side of the road when it hit the bus head-on. Both vehicles burst into flames. eewwww!!
Some passengers travelling on the roof of the bus (what?) were able to jump to safety but many of those inside were trapped. The driver of the tanker fled the scene. Bastid.
Pakistan * 49 killed in mosque
January 31, 2015 - At least 49 killed in a powerful explosion at a crowded Shiite mosque in Pakistan during Friday prayers. The blast was caused either by a suicide bomber or an explosive device that went off in the center of Shikarpur.
Peshawar Pakistan mosque attack
February 13, 2015 - Terrorists attack a Shia mosque in Peshawar with guns and grenades, killing 18 people and injuring dozens. Officials said one blew himself up.
Saudi - Pakistan nuclear deal
March 8, 2015 - The Obama deal with Tehran triggers a Middle East nuclear race.
Saudi King Salman asked Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to come to Riyadh urgently, with assurances that their nuclear accord is solid - before the US and Iran finalize their nuclear deal.
Rather than trust Obama, the Saudis made advance nuclear arrangements of their own.
Salman visited Islamabad in 2014 as crown prince and paid Sharif $1.5 billion to guarantee that a nuclear weapon would be made available to the Saudis. They would like to include Turkey to their bilateral nuclear pact. -debka
Turkey would NOT hesitate to nuke Israel.
Egypt and Jordan have both met with King Salmon in recent days.
Saudi Arabia news
Pakistan airlifts troops for Saudi war in Yemen
March 30, 2015 - Saudi, Egypt landing in Aden imminent.
The Yemen war in which Iran is deeply involved abruptly scooped up Pakistan.
Islamabad pledged full support to Saudi Arabia. Riyadh fears Iran terrorists might target its oil infrastructure.
Pakistan to airlift several brigades to Saudi Arabia.
Saudi ground forces are strung out along the long southern border with Yemen, Pakis will free them up for action against the Houthis. Pakistani troops to ensure security at Saudi oil fields and terminal.
After the Saudi air bombardment broke the Houtis offensive systems, Saudi and allys
prepare to land marines in Aden to stabilize battle lines. Once Aden is secured, Yemeni president Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi returns. A restored and functioning legitimate Yemeni government is essential for the conduct of the coming stages of the war.
Terrorists from Pakistan killed Iran border guards
April 8, 2015 - Terrorists killed the guards in Iran Baluchistan province.
al-Qaida claimed responsibility and had targeted the guards after crossing in from Pakistan.
Pakistan investigating. Iran TM Zarif in Islamabad to discuss the conflict in Yemen.
ISIS-al-Qaida = Muslim terrorists, all the same
Funny the city is called Islamabad - Islam is BAD
Motorbike terrorists kill 47 on a bus
May 13, 2015 Karachi - 47 killed on a Karachi bus by Muslim terrorists on motorbikes. The Pakistan Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack.
Pakistan heat wave kills 700+
June 24, 2015 - This is like the Day of Judgment, victims dying on the streets.
Pakistan heat wave kills over 700. Wind from the sea and rains cooled southern Pakistan on Wednesday. Karachi’s poor learned long ago to cope with flooding, street violence and political crises. But since a suffocating heat wave descended on Karachi 3 days ago, they have found no respite and no escape.
Hospitals overwhelmed and morgues filling to capacity. The government closed schools and city offices. The first to die were heroin addicts, beggars, the homeless, then the elderly.
Very interesting - the very ones the NWO desires to die.
Hours-long power outages and little running water had worsened the situation.
The electricity shortages are the product of decades-long mismanagement of Pakistan’s national grid, and are often worse at dusk when many people are cooking. Not only do the power cuts make air-conditioning units and ceiling fans useless, they also reduce the water supply by shutting down pumps.
The health dangers are exacerbated by the Ramadan fast, when most Muslims abstain from eating or drinking water during daylight hours. In Karachi, that means about 15 hours with no source of hydration.
Pakistan is a Nuclear Nightmare
Nov 8, 2015 - nytimes - Pakistan is home to a slew of Muslim terrorists.
With 120 warheads, Pakistan could become the third-ranked nuclear power, behind the United States and Russia, but ahead of China, France and Britain. Its arsenal is growing, and it is becoming more lethal with the addition of small tactical nuclear weapons that can hit India and longer-range nuclear missiles that can reach farther.
Pakistan exports nuclear know how and sent nukes to Arabia.
Dec 3, 2015 RT.com - Pakistan refused to permit 30 migrants deported from EU to disembark plane.
They arrived in Islamabad on a charter flight from Greece.
India PM Modi in Pakistan
Dec 25, 2015 - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has landed in Pakistan on a surprise visit to meet PM Nawaz Sharif. Modi was on his way back to India from Afghanistan when he stopped off in Lahore. The visit coincides with Sharif's birthday. Modi is the first Indian PM to visit Pakistan since 2004. Tensions between the two nuclear-armed neighbours have been high in recent years but relations have begun to warm.
Pakistan threatens to wipe Iran off the map
Jan 11, 2016 - In Pakistan’s first transparent nuclear threat to Iran, its chief of army staff, Gen. Raheel Sharif, vowed Sunday to wipe Iran off the face of the earth if any harm came to Saudi Arabia. He gave this pledge to Saudi Deputy Crown Prince and Defense Minister Mohammed bin Salman, who was on a visit to a military base in Rawalpindi.
Pakistan university attack
Jan 20, 2016 Charsadda - Explosions reported after Bacha Khan University attacked. A Taliban Muslim terrorists attack on a university in Charsadda, north-west Pakistan has killed at least 19 people and injured 50. Four attackers were killed. Taliban climbed over the back wall under cover of the thick winter fog.
DEBKA reports 25 killed in terror attack.
Suicide bomber targets Christians kills 65 in Pakistan
Mar 27, 2016 - A suicide bomber killed at least 65 people, mostly women and children, at a park in Lahore Pakistan by Taliban Muslims who said they had targeted Christians. More than 300 other people were wounded
The explosion occurred in the parking area of Gulshan-e-Iqbal Park close to children's swings. The park is a popular site for members of Lahore's Christian community, many of whom had gone there to celebrate the Easter weekend holiday.
When the blast occurred, the flames were so high they reached above the trees and bodies flew into the air.
Aug 8, 2016 Quetta - At least 42 people were killed in a bombing at the main gate of a government hospital in Quetta. Dozens were wounded in the explosion. Lawyers and some journalists had gathered there following the death of the president of the Balochistan Bar Association.
53 killed in Pakistan
Pakistan hospital bomb attack kills dozens in Quetta
A bomb blast has killed 53 people at a hospital in Quetta, Pakistan.
Gunfire followed the explosion. Pakistani police suspect the bomb was detonated by a suicide attacker.
Pakistan suicide bomb attack leaves at least 70 dead in 'one of worst attacks in country's history'
8 subs for Pakistan
Aug 27, 2016 - The Pakistan Navy will receive the first of 8 attack submarines on order from China in 2022. They will be produced in Pakistan by Karachi Shipyard.
ISIS attack in Pakistan
Oct 25, 2016 - More than 60 dead, 200 hostages in ISIS attack in Pakistan. 6 terrorists, some with bomb vests, stormed a police training center in Quetta, Pakistan, taking hundreds of cadets hostage. Pakistani military commandos managed to rescue over 200 hostages, after a 3 hour standoff.
ISIS fatally shot an intelligence officer. The suspects used an a 9mm pistol as they were traveling on a motorcycle. Akbar Ali, an intelligence sub-inspector, was waiting at a local bus stop near his home in Charsadda district as he headed to work when the gunmen opened fire. Akbar Ali was killed on the spot.
Karachi, Pakistan hotel fire
Dec 5, 2016 - At least 11 dead so far in a massive fire at a hotel in Karachi. 50 others injured, including foreigners. The fire began in the hotel kitchen. At least 65 were brought to emergency with fractured bones after jumping from windows.
The hotel had no fire exits or fire alarms.
ISIS Islamic terrorists gave the word in November for terrorism by FIRE JIHAD - globally - includes USA
Pakistan sub-launch missile
Jan 10, 2017 - Pakistan tests Babur-3, 1st seaborne nuclear-capable cruise missile in Indian Ocean. Pakistan has successfully test-fired the Babur-3 cruise missile, its first submarine-based nuclear-capable missile, somewhere in the Indian Ocean. It was fired from an underwater, mobile platform and hit its target with precise accuracy.
Pakistan test-fires nuclear-capable submarine cruise missile Babur-3
China submarine spotted at Pakistani port
Beijing selling 8 submarines to Islamabad,
4 to be built in Karachi port
Pakistan sold nukes to Saudi Arabia a few years aago
Pakistan bomb kills 25 at market
Jan 22, 2017 - At least 25 people were killed and 65 injured in an in a crowded marketplace in the northwest.
Pakistan to send combat troops to Saudi Arabia in response to a request from Riyadh. They will be based in southern Saudi Arabia to thwart Yemen (Iran) Houthi attacks.